Force Field Adaptation Can Be Learned Using Vision in the Absence of Proprioceptive Error

@article{MelendezCalderon2011ForceFA,
  title={Force Field Adaptation Can Be Learned Using Vision in the Absence of Proprioceptive Error},
  author={A. Melendez-Calderon and Lorenzo Masia and Roger Gassert and Giulio Sandini and Etienne Burdet},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering},
  year={2011},
  volume={19},
  pages={298-306}
}
It has been shown that people can learn to perform a variety of motor tasks in novel dynamic environments without visual feedback, highlighting the importance of proprioceptive feedback in motor learning. However, our results show that it is possible to learn a viscous curl force field without proprioceptive error to drive adaptation, by providing visual information about the position error. Subjects performed reaching movements in a constraining channel created by a robotic interface. The… CONTINUE READING

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